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RE: equine vet care books

For a reference book, I haven't found anything better than
"Illustrated Atlas of Clinical Equine Anatomy and Common Disorders
of the Horse" - Ronald J. Riegel  & Susan E Hakola.

Has great illustrations, descriptions, and treatments. This was recommended
by Tom Ivers. It really is a good one.  Volume one is Musculoskeletal System
& Lameness Disorders.  I think Volume Two is Reproduction and Internal.


-----Original Message-----
From: Michelle Fink []
Sent: Sunday, February 18, 2001 4:58 PM
Subject: RC: equine vet care books

Hi -

What veterinary type books do people have that they find really useful?  I
have the "How To Be Your Own Veterinarian (Sometimes)", but it doesn't
always have enough details to be satisfying.  I'm not trying to avoid
calling out a vet for problems, but I'd like to know more about bandaging,
poulticing & other horse-owner chores.

Thanks -


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